Two faculty members at the Columbia School of Social Work—Drs. André Ivanoff and Barbara Simon—have been promoted to the rank…
In this time of tempestuous politics in Washington and the world over, three CUSSW professors—Jane Waldfogel, Irwin Garfinkel and Neeraj Kaushal—advocate for the needs of the impoverished, locally, nationally and globally.
Watch Professor Rogério Pinto’s video abstract of an article he wrote for the “American Journal for Public Health” on his research examining the associations between transdisciplinary collaboration, evidence-based practice, and primary care and public health services in Brazil.
Our faculty have been busy! Check out this roundup of news items about their achievements and activities from the start of the calendar year.
Congratulations to Michael MacKenzie on his promotion to Associate Professor! Dr. MacKenzie is a social work scholar with a multidisciplinary background in developmental psychology and the life sciences.
Congratulations are in order! Associate Professors Craig Schwalbe and Elwin Wu have become the latest members of CUSSW’s tenured faculty.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Elwin Wu for being awarded tenure by Columbia University! Dr. Wu’s scholarship has been dedicated to constructing social interventions that address the specific syndemics of HIV, drug involvement, and interpersonal violence.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Craig Schwalbe for being awarded tenure by Columbia University! Dr. Schwalbe’s scholarship has been dedicated to the advancement of practice and program development related to court-involved youth.
Associate Professor Rogério Meireles Pinto has captured this year’s Graduate Student Mentoring Award for faculty teaching in a doctoral program offered by the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences (GSAS) in cooperation with Columbia University’s professional schools.
Professor Shelley Akabas has just now announced her decision to retire. Over four decades, she has educated more than a thousand CUSSW students and mentored hundreds. Besides developing the Workplace Center, she developed, designed, and led the Social Enterprise Administration (SEA) method and the World of Work field of practice. Add your tribute to the comments!